The book affords solutions to some significant phonetics and phonology in Aramaic and Arabic. In the area of human language maintenance and erosion, the dynamics and timelines of such language phenomena are highlighted with relevance to Mesopotamia. Additionally, the book poses some innovative views pertinent to the progress of civilization from concreteness to abstraction with particular emphasis on writing systems
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The book poses some unique perspectives pertinent to the dynamics and timelines of the maintenance and erosion of human languages and cultures when confronting each other and resulting in long periods of bilingualism, the latter being a salient feature of human civilization. It also captures the common denominator underlying the evolution of writing systems, materials and tools in the form of a progression from concreteness to abstraction. In linguistics, the book affords solutions to some significant phonetics and phonology in Aramaic and Arabic based on logical and experimental evidence.